activated sludge processes Equipment in Togo

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Model HYBACS - HYBrid ACtivated Sludge Process System

by Bluewater Bio     based in UNITED KINGDOM

HYBACS® is a patented secondary treatment process designed to remove nutrients from wastewaters as well as carbonaceous matter.

Biolac - Innovative Extended Retention Activated Sludge Process

by Parkson Corporation     based in Fort Lauderdale, FLORIDA (USA)

Biolac is an innovative activated sludge process that allows for extended sludge age to create an extremely stable system that is easy to operate.The Biolac system maintains the required mixing of the activated sludge and suspension of the solids at only 4 CFM per 1000 cu.ft. of aeration basin volume. As a result, air delivery to the basin can be ...

Dissolved Oxygen Monitoring - Monitoring Dissolved Oxygen in the Activated Sludge Process

by Partech (Electronics) Ltd.     based in St Austell, UNITED KINGDOM

Being able to act on accurate measurement of Dissolved Oxygen in activated sludge plants will enable you to maintain levels of bacterial activity, avoid breaches in discharge consents and operate as cost effectively as possible. Too little dissolved oxygen can lead to bacterial inactivity and ineffective treatment, whilst too much, wastes energy ...

Cleartec - Model IFAS/FBBR - Fixed Media Integrated Film Activated Sludge System

by Ovivo (Formerly Eimco Water Technologies)     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

The Cleartec system consists of a submerged, fixed-bed, polypropylene textile media which promotes attached growth biomass in IFAS and FBBR applications. The Cleartec system is a highly efficient IFAS/FBBR solution. Cleartec is a registered trademark of Langendorf Textil GmbH.

NAS - New Activated Sludge System

by Colsen International b.v.     based in HULST, NETHERLANDS

Application: NAS (New Activated Sludge) represents a unique active sludge system in which anammox bacteria constitute a part of the biomass. These micro-organisms ensure a very effective removal of the nitrogen during aerobic purification. An aerobic purification step is often necessary to enable the removal of the remaining COD fraction and ...

BioWater - Model CFAS - Combined Fixed Film Activated Sludge (IFAS)

by Biowater Technology     based in Cumberland, RHODE ISLAND (USA)

The Biowater CFAS (IFAS) utilizes the benefit of a traditional activated sludge process combined with a biological fixed-film system to create a highly efficient wastewater treatment plant in a much smaller footprint. The process begins with the introduction of polyethylene biomass carriers into the activated sludge. The activated sludge removes ...

BESST - Biologically Engineered Single Sludge Treatment System

by Purestream ES, LLC     based in Walton, KENTUCKY (USA)

The Purestream ES, LLC BESST (Biologically Engineered Single Sludge Treatment) process is a patented (U.S. Patent No. 6,620,322) process that achieves Advanced Wastewater Treatment in a single vessel by incorporating activated sludge processes dating back to the 1920’s. Combining the principals of single sludge treatment for BOD 5, TSS, and ...

Integrated Membrane Activated Sludge (IMAS)

by Ashbrook Simon-Hartley     based in Houston, TEXAS (USA)

IMAS achieves the fundamental dual goals of minimizing both membrane area and energy consumption while producing membrane quality effluent.  This is accomplished by dramatically lowering the membrane fouling rate by managing the composition and concentration of particles which contact the membrane surface.

Sludge Dewatering Systems - Sludge Concentrating Drums

by Biogest International GmbH     based in Dresden, GERMANY

For easy and economic concentration of excess sludge (resulting from activated sludge systems). Completely constructed out of stainless steel (AISI 304 or better).

THERMO-SYSTEM - Active Solar Sludge Dryer

by Parkson Corporation     based in Fort Lauderdale, FLORIDA (USA)

Parkson’s THERMO-SYSTEMuses the sun as its main power source to generate 95% of the energy required for drying sludge.  The result is significantly reduced operating costs compared to competing technologies like conventional gas or oil fired dryers. The system’s sustainable, drying process is fully automated and is designed with ...

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